HomeUM Research Journalvol. 4 no. 1 (2007)

EE 500 and Academic Achievement: Effect and Relation to the Licensure Performance of UM Electrical Engineering Graduates

Esther Consuelo C. Tan | Leo B. Largo

Discipline: Engineering



EE500 is an academic intervention designed to improve the licensure performance of the graduates. This study was conducted to evaluate its effectiveness in enhancing the performance of the graduates in the licensure examination. It also sought to establish the relationship between the mean academic achievement and the overall licensure rating. This descriptive study made use of the mean, t-test, and Pearson-Product Moment Correlation as its data analysis tools. Findings reveal the effectiveness of EE 500 as an intervention program to enhance licensure performance. It also established that there is a moderate correlation between academic achievement and licensure rating of EE graduates.